it took me 3 days but the shelves are done. also had some trouble trying to find ways to properly mount to Luan. i butchered up my first attempt. i don't know what you can see from the pics, but i built shelves in the front, with partitions, using 2x3's and some 1/4" plywood. made some trimmer racks using 2x3's and some clamps (idea i saw on LS). i ran a 2x3 down the side, and screwed in some vinyl coated metal tool holders. when i bouhgt the trailer, the guy had 2 long pieces of the metal trim, contoured for the floor. i cut some pieces and screwed them to the floor to act as stops for the equiupment. you can't see it, but when screwed down, one side is sloped and the other side is almost flat.... perfect for the stops cuz the machines roll right over them into place, but need some effort to get back over.... and they are really light. i got nervouse cuz when i hooked up my truck to the trailer (1500 seried GMC) and went for a ride, the truck went to down nitoiceably............ forgot i had 750 pounds of fertilizer in the bed already! the pole looking thing on the block of wood, that a spool rig i made. cut a small piece of PVC piping, drilled a hole in a block of wood, and a hole in the front shelf, and used wood adhesive to hold it all in place. i then drilled a hole in the end of the PVC for a cotter pin or the like. also, priceless is that organizer i bought at Sears, bolted to side door of the trailer. great for little odds and ends.